Bungarus


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The primary structure of [beta](I)-chain of hemoglobin from snake Sindhi krait (Bungarus sindanus sindanus).
Bungarus caeruleus distribution range from Bangladesh to Afghanistan and Echis carinatus has wide range of distribution in South Asia, central Asia and Middle East.
The common cobra (Naja naja), Russell's viper (Dabiola russelii), saw-scaled viper (Echis carinatus), and common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) are the four highly venomous snakes of the approximately 13 known species of snakes in India.
(j) Chinese patent medicines including extract of Andrographispaniculata (n = 1), bupleurum granule (containing bupleurum, Pinellia ternata with ginger, radix scutellariae, Codonopsis pilosula, etc.) (n = 1), cough granule (containing loquat, opium poppy husk, stemona, mulberry bark, swallowwort rhizome, etc.) (n = 1), Gutong capsule (containing ginseng, resina draconis, scorpion, bungarus minimus, etc.) (n =1), Honghua tablet (containing Emilia sonchifolia, Hedyotis diffusa, caulis spatholobi, etc.) (n =1), sleeping capsule (containing lilium, Acanthopanax senticosus, caulis polygoni multiflori, Albizia julibrissin durazz, mother-of-pearl, etc.) (n = 1), and unspecified (n = 3).
Arapidi et al., "Quantitative proteomic analysis of vietnamese krait venoms: neurotoxins are the major components in bungarus multicinctus and phospholipases [A.sub.2] in bungarus fasciatus," Toxicon, vol.
Most of the bites will cause panic reaction, but do not cause envenomation, However, there are few snake species that are venomous and of these four (Big four) namely Russell's viper (Daboia russelii), common cobra (Naja naja), saw-scaled viper (Echis carinatus) and common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) are highly venomous and believed to be responsible for most of the poisonous bites in India.
Envenoming by the common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) and Asian cobra (Naja naja): Clinical manifestations and their management in a rural setting.
The team determined that 87 of the snakes that had bitten people were venomous, including 42 cobras (Naja naja, one shown) and 22 common kraits (Bungarus caeruleus).
These selected snake samples composed 13 species, including Deinagkistrodon acutus, Bungarus multicinctus, Naja atra, Dinodon rufozonatum, Elaphe carinata, E.
(3), based on electrophysiological assessment in patients with Bungarus caeruleus bite, postulated that both presynaptic and postsynaptic blockade at neuromuscular junction are responsible for the neuromuscular manifestations.
Venoms of Bungarus caeruleus (BCV), Naja naja (NNV), Vipera russelli (VRV) and Naja kaouthia (NKV) at sub-lethal doses significantly reduced ehrlich ascite carcinoma (EAC) cell count {in vivo) both after 3-days pre-treatment and after 10 days post-treatment.
Envenoming by the common Krait (Bungarus caerulus) and Sri Lanka Cobra (Naja naja naja): efficacy and complications of therapy with Haffkine antivenom.
The anti snake venoms are monovalent and effective against, Callesolasma rhodostoma, Ophiophagus hannah, Bungarus fasciatus, Bungarus candidus, Trimeresurus albolabris, Naja kaouthia and Daboia siamensis.
For example, people are bitten by kraits (genus Bungarus) in south Asia almost exclusively at night while lying asleep on the ground in their homes.